School Blog

Important Dates for the 2019/2020 academic year

Fall term 2019

19/8 Students start

23-24/9 Development talks

24-25/10 Study days

Week 44: Fall break- Junior Club open

19/12 End of term


Spring Term 2020

8/1 Students start

Week 7: Sports break- Junior Club open

24-25/2 Development talks

Week 15: Easter break

1/5 School closed

6/5 Study day

11/5 Study day

21-22/5 School closed

11/6 End of Year Ceremony

Reading Olympics 2019

Our amazing year 6 students are preparing for this year's IES Reading Olympics that will be held in Jönköping on April 5th.
Last year teams from our school won first, second AND fourth place. We wish them luck this year as well!


Character Counts!

Character Counts!

Time is moving fast and we are already in October!

Our students are working hard and we are proud to see how they grow both in their knowledge and in their personalities.

Something we feel is very important besides learning subject knowledge is to also develop as a person. Kindness and caring are integral to a positive school community. We are working hard to foster this type of environment in school by rewarding students who show exemplary behaviour towards others through the use of Pillar Tickets.
The Pillar tickets are connected to Character Counts, which is a positive character program we work with here at school. 
We are so happy to say that we have given out over 2500 tickets in the first month alone! This means that staff have witnessed at least this many individual acts of outstanding behaviour by our students and we could not be more proud of them. 



From the Principal



Welcome back!

Almost a month has already passed of this new academic year and we have many new adventures to look forward to!

We have had a very positive start of the year and we are focusing on buidling strong bonds between the students in each class.
Positive relationships and feeling secure in school is something we value and work hard to maintain.
We also value cooperation between guardians and school, never hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.
Our students well being is our priority and good communication between school and home is key.

This year we have ISS  providing our school lunches. They aim at having 30% ecological food and we can already see that the quality of food has improved. We strive to provide a healthy and tasty lunch for all our students here at IES Krokslätt.

We are looking forward to this academic year!

Best regards,
Desirée Ekendahl
Acting Principal